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Ashley Hess is a Latter-day Saint musician who got her start on YouTube in 2010. Her channel has over 8 million views. At Easter time 2021, she posted a video of well-loved Church hymn “I Know that My Redeemer Lives.” She also performed the hymn on “Don’t Miss This,” hosted by Emily Belle Freeman and David Butler.

After posting covers of popular songs, she focused also on her songwriting and performed live. She is now based in Nashville. She has released five singles, including “Grain of Salt,” “Quiet,” “Running,” “Time,” and “Into You.” She collaborated with other Christian artists on the album Worth of Souls: Songs to Rescue & Restore Faith in Jesus Christ. She will be releasing an EP in 2021.

She was a finalist on season two of “American Idol” (2019). She has performed with Jason Mraz, T-Pain, Andy Grammer, Us the Duo, and Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons.

Ashley is a native of Fremont, California.